The tabbed-window interface


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The tabbed-window interface

Let's start things off with a Tabbed Window Interface which was introduced in Photoshop CS4 and continues to abide in CS5. It's a default setting here on the PC. And you may take a real shine to it, in which case I am going to show you how to maximize your Tabbed Window Interface experience. Or you may decide after serious consideration you hate it. So I'll show you how to turn it off as well. I've got a total of four images open. They all come to us from the Fotolia Image Library about which you can learn more at fotolia.com/deke.

And the four images are these. The first one is called Everlasting.jpg. It's from artist Ilsur Gareev. And then we have Water drops.jpg from Pefkos. We've got Dark portrait.jpg from Coka and White feathers.jpg from Tiaga. Now, you may wonder how in the world I am switching between images. One way is to just click on one of these tabs. If I click on Water drops.jpg, I go to Water drops.jpg not the least but surprising. You can also cycle through...

The tabbed-window interface
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The tabbed-window interface provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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